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## Friday, March 10, 2017

### Geometry Problem 1321: Intersecting Circles, Diameter, Secant, Chord, Collinearity

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Since AB and CD are diameters of circles O and Q

ReplyDeleteSo angle AGD= AKD= 90 => AGKD is cyclic

LA.LK=LD.LG=> power of L is the same to both circles O and Q

So L is on radical line EF.

Similarly for point M

Problem 1321

ReplyDeleteEF is the radical axis of the circles O, Q. Is AB diameter then BH perpendicular in AC and BK perpendicular in AK similar DG, CJ are perpendiculars in AC ,BD respectively .Is <BHC=90=<BJC so BJHC is cyclic or JM.MC=BM.MH. But JM.ME is the power of point M with respect to the circle with center Q and BM.MH is the power of point M with respect to the circle with center O.Therefore the point M belongs to the radical axis EF.Similar

The point L belongs to the radical axis EF (<AGD=90=<AKD and AGKD is cyclic GL.LD=

AL.LK).

APOSTOLIS MANOLOUDIS 4 HIGH SHCOOL OF KORYDALLOS PIRAEUS GREECE